The school took part in the Bright Stars Enterprise Scheme and set up a company selling French knitted products, as well as doing other fundraising such as cake sales.
Pupils raised £1,295 from these activities which was split between CLIC Sargent and the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne.
They also enjoyed taking part in Readathon, a sponsored reading event that helps seriously ill children by supporting four UK charities, including CLIC Sargent.
The school asked CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Dee Tyler to attend an assembly to explain how the money would help families like Gabrielle's.
Gabrielle, her brothers and her mum also attended the assembly where a cheque for £647.50 was presented to CLIC Sargent.
Dee said: "It was a pleasure meeting Gabrielle and her family and hearing all about the fundraising the school had done for us. I hope the children feel very proud of what they achieved."
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